Sat., May 30, 12:24 p.m., Lenora St. Officers responded to the report of an assault at the 200 block of Lenora Street. They arrived and contacted the complainant, a transient white female aged 42. She said she was trying to coax two males into buying a copy of Real Change when one of the subjects kicked her in the buttocks for no reason. He was yelling obscenities as he kicked her. He was last seen walking southbound on Second Ave., but an area search was negative.
Sat., May 30, 7:59 p.m., Occidental Ave S. Officer patrolling the area around Third Ave. came across the victim, a transient white female aged 57, lying on the ground. He went over to her to check her welfare and to ensure that she was not injured. He spoke to her for several minutes and determined she was not committing any criminal offenses, but he asked her not to lie on the sidewalk. Victim had a black eye, and explained she had been jumped about 10 days ago. She went on to tell the officer she had been raped last night, and began crying and trembling. She stated she had met up with two Native American males last night. One was an acquaintance who she knew by his street name, and the suspect was a man she had never met before. They went to the Shell station to get some beer, and then walked over to the side of the building where a lot of transients hang out and drink. She had one beer, and then the suspect grabbed her and forced her to walk behind a large metal switching box, where he raped her. Officer asked if she could show him where the incident occurred, and she said she could. She was transported to the location, and on the way said she had lost her knife at the scene. They arrived, and victim showed officer where they had been drinking, and officer located her small black knife. Seattle Fire Department arrived to evaluate victim for injuries, and she agreed to go to Harborview for an exam.
Sun., May 31, 4:34 p.m., S. Washington St. Subject, a transient black male aged 45, was observed sitting on a park bench in Occidental Park. Officers were aware that suspect had been trespassed from all Zone 4 parks, and he was arrested and booked into King County Jail.
Mon., June 1, 5:23 p.m., Alaskan Way. Suspect, a transient black male aged 43, was contacted inside Myrtle Edwards Park at 4:45 p.m., sleeping on a blanket. He was lying next to a 43-year-old female, and they were covered with another blanket. Officer ran their names and found that there was a no-contact order between them. This was verified, and suspect was arrested and booked into King County Jail.